Latin III

 

Quarter 1

Quarter 2

Quarter 3

Quarter 4

Unit Titles 

 

UNIT I:  Noun, Participle, and Infinitive Verb Forms and Uses

UNIT II:  Subjunctive Mood I and Advanced Participles

UNIT III:  Subjunctive Mood II and Advanced Case Uses

UNIT IV:  Subjunctive Mood III and Authentic Latin Text

Learning Outcomes

Identify, translate, and decline properly fourth and fifth declension nouns

Demonstrate understanding of present and past participial phrases in English

Translate Latin participles and render such English phrases in Latin

Translate Latin indirect statements into idiomatic English and render such statements in Latin

Demonstrate understanding of the abstract uses of the subjunctive mood

Translate Latin cum clauses and indirect questions into idiomatic English

Conjugate Latin verbs in present, imperfect, perfect, and pluperfect tenses of the subjunctive mood

Translate Latin gerunds and gerundives into idiomatic English and render such phrases in Latin

Translate Latin purpose, result, iussive, fearing, wishing, and hortatory clauses of the subjunctive into idiomatic English

Demonstrate understanding of the sequence of tenses and render statements containing subjunctive clauses in Latin

Identify and translate unique uses of the genitive and dative cases

Identify and translate unique uses of the ablative case, particularly ablative absolute

Translate Latin conditional statements into idiomatic English

Identify and render in Latin the various types of conditional statements

Translate and analyze grammatically excerpts of authentic Latin poetry or prose, drawing from the following suggested authors: Ovid, Catullus, Vergil, Horace, Caesar, Cicero, Pliny, etc.

Significant Tasks

 

 1.  Create a travel brochure, focusing specifically on a well-known Roman            building
2.  Construct a model of a Roman building or type of transportation

1.  Generate a classified advertisement, resume, cover letter, and job description for an ancient Roman job or social position
2.  Create a model of an everyday situation depicting the discrepancies in the three tiers of Roman society, such as a day at work or a family dinner for a wealthy               senator, for a poor citizen, and for a slave

1.  Re-enact a worship ceremony or funereal service in the manner of an ancient                
religion
2.  Sculpt a statue of a mythological god or creature

1.  Design a Roman dining experience, including menu, room and table
settings, and dress
2.  Contribute an authentic Roman dessert or entrée to a class convivium

 

Content

Supporting Materials

Texbooks, handouts and references in the curriculum binder

Texbooks, handouts and references in the curriculum binder

Texbooks, handouts and references in the curriculum binder

Texbooks, handouts and references in the curriculum binder